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May 10, 2016

Client of the month - Best Beginnings

May’s client of the month is Best Beginnings with their Heads Together campaign launched with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.

Best Beginnings supports parents in giving their children the best start in life. They are a small charity with a large impact and value, and to date we have reached over 2 million families across the UK.

Best Beginnings are thrilled to be one of the seven charities being supported by the the Royal Foundation as part of the national Heads Together campaign. Heads Together, is a year long collaboration to change the conversation about mental health in the UK.

Heads Together is an extremely important and timely campaign and Best Beginnings is proud of its role in helping to bring mental health and wellbeing to the forefront of people's minds with lots of accessible information and films in their free multi-award winning Baby Buddy app.

Even if you're not quite ready to run the London marathon, there will be lots of ways to get involved in the coming year.

You can cycle to Paris with Best Beginnings' CEO Alison Baum, take part in Team Best Beginnings for the British 10k and also choose Best Beginnings as your chosen charity when using the free Charitable Bookings app.

Follow @AlisonBaum and @BestBeginnings on Twitter or download their free @BabyBuddyApp today.

Join the conversation on Twitter @Heads_Together or using #HEADSTOGETHER or find Heads Together on Facebook and Instagram @Heads_Together. 

About Best Beginnings

Best Beginnings focuses on the period between conception and a child's third birthday, where the foundations of a healthy and fulfilling life are laid. Founded by Alison Baum in 2006, we aim to ensure that every child has the best start in life by:

  • developing practical, simple, educational and interactive tools to support parents-to-be and new parents
  • embedding our resources in local health pathways and training professionals to use them in their practice
  • raising awareness of the things that can affect new mums, dads, bumps and babies
  • engaging with government, authorities and society to influence change


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